Mitsubishi’s mid-size crossover SUV comes packing some new value-packed equipment package, and the 2011 Endeavor gets this package free of charge. Pretty good, eh? Maybe now people might consider buying one. Remember that in 2009, Mitsubishi didn’t even bother producing any new models because they had so many left over from the previous year.
But, hey, every car deserves its fair shot so we’ll get into the additions for the 2011 model. The Endeavor is powered by a new 3.8-liter SOHC 24-valve V-6 engine that delivers 225 HP at 5,000 rpm and 255 lb.-ft. of torque at a lower 3,750 rpm. All of the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor engines have been paired with 4-speed Sportronic automatic transmissions with INVECS-II technology. This techy nonsense allows the driver to change gears manually with the gearshift lever whenever the drover desires.
For 2011, the Endeavor gets a Navigation & Sunroof package that consists of a touch-screen DVD-based navigation system, rear view back-up camera, power sunroof, and a cargo cover, again at no cost to the consumer.
Press release after the jump.